november, 2021

10nov2:00 pmWe Can Do It: The Women of WWII - Nov 2021

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Northeast Georgia History Center presents We Can Do It: The Women of WWII, livestream event

Women served essential roles during World War II both in uniform and on the home front. Learn about the different roles women served in this free livestream program hosted by military historian Glen Kyle. This program will feature historic character portrayals based on the real experiences of women who served. Watch on YouTube or Facebook.

Date: Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Time: 2:00 pm

Location: Online – Watch on YouTube or Facebook

Cost: Free

For more Info: 770-297-5900; www.negahc.org

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Northeast Georgia History Center770-297-5900 The Northeast Georgia History Center is dedicated to preserving and sharing our regional history and being our community’s pathway to history education. Through our educational programs, community events, exhibits, and historic structures, we strive to be a leading resource for promoting a greater understanding of local, state, and national history.historycenter@brenau.edu 322 Academy St NE Gainesville, GA 30501

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